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. but this is the poster he's on now. join the hunt for one of the least likely fugitives ever to make the fbi's ten most wanted list. >> i always thought that he would be caught within a month or two. then a year went by. then two years went by. then five years went by. that can help the fbi bring him in. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ >>> you've seen them on packaged food, cosmetics, soap, even toothpaste. those long lists of ingredients. thousands of chemicals are in everyday products. and yet what do we know about them? andrea canning decided to have herself and her kids tested for some of those chemicals. the result -- something she didn't expect. >> see these right here? >> reporter: these scenes probably look familiar. a busy mother of three trying to manage dinner. >> chocolate. >> yeah, yummy chocolate. >> repor
just briefly is the challenges posed to, frankly the fbi general counsel's office and its problems that i think are general to other general counsel's in the intelligence community as well as doj. and that is really three particular areas that i'm going to focus on. the jones decision from last year going dark which i will describe for those he don't know what that entails, and the problems with cyber initiatives that are going on. and all those i think are examples of the challenges of new technology when we have old law. i think when i look at this, give you my frame of reference when i'm approaching these. i think of a 19th century as industrial revolution i think the 20 century as modern medicine. i think of the 21st century even though we're only 13 years into it as the age of new technology. and the problem i see is that you have 19th, 18th, 17th century borders. you have nationstates with their individual laws, that you have crime that is transcending all that. and so we are wrestling with how do you do with those anomalies and how do you update the law to kc those tensions
, and that always seemed to me to the clue that is the most interesting. i know the fbi has spent a lot of time trying to figure that out, visiting, talking to associations who are involved with napoleonic memoribilia, to see was there a bounty for one of these? >> reporter: why did the thieves want that flag so badly? is it possible they were given a specific list of artwork to steal by a collector who especially loved those 13 works of art? that brings us to another theory, one that has been made popular by hollywood. >> $1 million, mr. bond. >> reporter: do you think it's possible they're in some private gallery owned by some eccentric billionaire somewhere like the dr. no-type character? >> no. the whole idea that a collector's holding on to stolen magnificent works of art all came from that movie "dr. no." it was a 007 movie, james bond movie from 1962 where james bond is going through dr. no's lair and he sees a painting hanging on the wall. the painting had been stolen the year before. that actually did happen. in 20 years the fbi and five years since then doing these investigations, i h
. the fbi now says it believes it knows who's behind the heist. when it happened, suspicion quickly fell on the museum's security guards. for the first time, one of those guards is sharing his story on camera in an exclusive interview with randi kaye. >> reporter: there was no trace of the thieves. authorities got an idea of what the bad guys looked like from the two night watchmen. the only ones to see the thieves up close. but it all happened so fast. they were tied up and blindfolded within minutes. watchman rick abbott gave this description to his sketch artist. >> the guy who was dealing with me was kind of taller and skinny and wearing gold-framed like round glasses, if i remember correctly. he had a mustache. i remember before he arrested me that it looked really greasy, i remember thinking that. he was using some funky kind of wax on that thing or something like that. it was probably a fake mustache. >> reporter: but the description from rick and the other guard didn't satisfy the fbi. even rick admits the sketch they produced didn't really look like either of the two men. >> i r
. there is breaking news on a deadly shooting at a military base home to the fbi training academy. a woman and a man are dead. good morning everybody, i'm bill hemmer. that's where we start in this version of "america's newsroom.". martha has time off. >> good for her. i'm heather childers filling in for her heather: a colonel getting emotional. >> they were all assigned to officers candidates school. all of the candidates in the school are accounted for and safe as we take care of our marines and their families, that are dealing with this tragedy. i would also can for the support of our neighbors, the community, and their thoughts and prayers as well. for our marines who have lost their comrades in arms. heather: marine base quantico is about 0 miles south of washington. bill: sergeant christopher zahn, a marine corps spokesman is with me now. good morning to you. >> good morning, sir. bill: i know this is always difficult. what can you report about what happened last night? >> we have three marines we lost last night which is never an easy day for anybody and i agree with the planning officer's em
of the most famous art heists ever. the fbi saying they think they know who took the paintings in march 1990. brian ross has been tracking the twists and turns in this story since then. and he joins us now. it looks like your long search is finally over. >> getting closer. this has been a 23-year-long game of cat and mouse between the fbi and a long-suspected gang of boston art thieves with ties to local mobsters. this morning, the fbi says there's new hope they're getting closer to cracking the case. the theft was timed to the busiest day of the year for boston police, st. patrick's day. just after 1:00 in the morning with the party still going on downtown, two thieves dressed as police talked their way into the side entrance of the tiny gardner museum of art. in just 81 minutes they had perhaps the largest haul of stolen art in this country ever. there were no alarms and they methodically cut the selected paintings out of their frames. three rembrandts including his only known seascape, the storm on the sea of galile rks. and this masterpiece, lady and gentleman in black. one of only 31 wo
republicans talk to reporters about the budget. then f.b.i. director talks about how they can end antiterror operations. 4 years ago today we began providing televised access. the c-span networks created by america at cable companies in 1979 and brought to you by your television provider. john morton who heads up immigration enforcement was asked about a house panel about the 2,000 illegal immigrants being held at detention centers. >> the judiciary committee will come to order and the chair has declare recesses of the committee at any time. i want to take the opportunity to make members aware of our new policy regarding participation in sub committee hearings. i was asked if members who are not a member of the sub committee if they are allowed to participate in sub committee hearings. after giving it some thought i came up with some resolution without over burding the sub committees. those who are a member of the full committee may attend and that member can ask questions of the witnesses but only if yielded time by an actual member of the sub committee. i would ask member who is intend to
. and knowing there's always more in the world to see. it's the all-new lincoln mkz. >> shepard: fbi agents announced today they believe they know the identities of the suspects in the nation's largest ever art heist it happened in 1990, half a billion dollars of paintings in boston it happened exactly 23 years ago today. investigators say the thieves dressed up as cops, walked into the isabella stewart gardner museum and tied up the guards. 90 minutes later they are said to have walked out with 13 paintings from such masters as rembrandt and vermeire. the fbi didn't name the suspects at the time. but the fbi now says they are part of an organized crime ring on the east coast. >> for the first time we can say with a high degree of confidence we have determined that in the years since the theft, the art was transported to connecticut and to the philadelphia area. >> >> shepard: agents have had several leads over the year. nothing has panned out as far as we know. enough to they say the crooks recently tried to sell that stolen artwork. two people are dead and several others injured after a p
apartment in singapore. the fbi is now investigating the case. secretary of state john kerry and attorney general eric hold rer asking questions of the singapore government. singapore police say todd committed suicide. todd's parents say it was murder. now shane todd was found dead in his apartment in june just hours after his last day working for a prestigious government research firm. but did his work make him a target? >> reporter: shane todd, 31 years old, had a phd in electrical engineering and by all accounts a very bright future. he was working for the institute of micro electronics or ime, a prominent singapore research facility. his project involved creating faster, more powerful semiconductors. his parents say that in his last few months he was stressed, even expressing fear for his life. he had told them he didn't feel right about his work. that it might be illegal, even a risk to u.s. national security. with little faith in the singapore police and the fbi unable to help in a foreign country, the todds had little choice but to launch their own investigation. rick todd had pict
crown victoria with sirens on. they say he got out of the car wearing a shirt with an f-b-i emblem. he initially claimed he was handling an emergency - but eventually said he worked for a security company and that the emergency was he had to pay his phone bill. there's a warrant tonight for his arrest. a folk singer is accused of making anti-gay comments at a show in san francisco last night. michelle shocked is a grammy nominated singer who was performing at yoshi's. now - other venues, including hop-monk tavern in novato, are cancelling her performances. concert organizers at yoshi's released this statement on twitter today. saying they don't tolerate the type of "bigotry and hatred exhibited last night.she will never be back." bicyclists were allowed to ride bart all day -- including during peak commute hours. it's part of a week-long test program. bart officials say they've made more space available for bikes in their cars. some commuters argue it won't be enough - and they're worried about more crowding. bart will decide later whether to make the change permanent. bart might also
: the report has been sent to the f.b.i. and the district attorney. if the d.a. takes up the case and convicts the two council members they will lose their council seats. . >>> we reached out to councilwoman brooks for comments. she declined. so far it's unclear whether the d.a. will prosecute this case. >>> a san jose teen killed in a caltrain accident this week was remembered as an aspiring musician who loved life. dena jonathan was hit by a train while walking home on tuesday. he was a popular student at lincoln high, a school for the performing arts. a huge crowd turned out tonight for a vigil to remember him. >> i had no idea my baby had been loved by so many people. i had no idea that he was in the world just blessing people and loving people and making them half. i'm so proud that my baby touched all of these people. >> the accident is still under investigation but dena's mother says her son was listening to music and didn't hear the train coming. >>> a pre-school teacher was charged today for spiking toddler sippy cups with sleeping pills. 59-year-old deborah gratz is charged with five
borrowing. we are worlds apart. >> democratic proposals do not balance the budget. the fbi is investigating how on earth a man was able to pose as a pilot and gain access airways flight in philadelphia. police say the man had on an air france uniform and also an i.d. then he ended up in the jump seat right behind the airlines captain. he was caught when he failed to show his real credentials. the airline says that no passengers were ever in danger. >> that was a bizarre story. >> um-huh. >> the lie breafer congress has added 25 new songs, including this 1960's hit. ♪ come on, baby, ♪ let's do the twist. ♪ come on, baby ♪ let's do the twist. >> they said it became the excitement and energy. dick clark chubby checkers to record a new version of the song. it is more than two dozen sounds of the 20th century being added to the national recording registry. they are forever being recorded for cultural importance. that's your five at five. >> great stuff. president obama just arriving a short time ago at the museum. day three of his trip to israel. and that is the state's official memorial
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with emotion when asked about an officer wounded in the shootout. today, police announced the fbi's investigating whether ebel could be connected to the murder of a texas prosecutor, gunned down in january, roughly 100 miles away from the texas shootout. witnesses say assistant district attorney mark hasse was executed in broad daylight by two men dressed in black s.w.a.t. gear. white supremacists are suspected in that case, and police said tonight, given the proximity, they want to see if there could be any ties. and david, more breaking news. we just got court documents that say the shell casings from the texas shootout are the same brad and caliber as those found at the home of the colorado prison chief. >> pierre thomas, i know you'll be following this into the night. pierre, thank you. >>> now to that brazen attempt on board a us airways flight. a man posing as a pilot, walking right into the cockpit and taking a seat. abc's david kerley tonight on the co-pilot who smartly began asking questions. >> reporter: it was a us airways jetliner in philly that this man was able to sn
kerman, kron 4. restaurants in walnut creek, san jose, san mateo, monterey and palo alto. tonight, the f-b-i is asking for public help in identifying a serial bank robber in the east bay. dubbed the "button down bandit". he's accused of robbing chase bank in palos verdes mall in walnut creek - march sixth. also a wells fargo bank on hop-yard road in pleasanton on march 12th. he wears a long sleeved button down shirt during the robberies. >> in san mateo. another day has come and gone with no apparent action on a threat made against aragon high school. police have been patrolling the school grounds, after an anonymous online threat. they'll continue to keep watch over aragon high and nearby woodhaven elementary - through the weekend. ahead at eight. a man in sausalito talks to kron4 about the rockslide that nearly crushed him inside this car. also - lines are already forming outside the supreme court. ahead of next weeks hearing on same sex marriage. and: a service dog is stolen from its owner on a bart train. the woman's plea for help. >> tonight, a man in sausalito says he's thankful to be
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of the hour. that means it is time for your top 5@5:30. the fbi joined a five state search for a college student she was last seen at the brown university campus march 16th. he was on an approved leave of absence from the rhode island college. cbs amazing race apologizing for what it calls insensitivity from last week's episode set in hanoi, vietnam. the memorial was the wreckage of an american bomber shot down during the vietnam war. listen to this. >> parts of last sunday's episode filmed in vietnam were insensitive to a group that is very important to us foundations veterans. we want to apologize to veterans particularly those who served in vietnam as well as family and any viewers offended by the broadcasting. >> that apology came at the beginning of last night's episode and was voiceed by the show's host phil keegan. that's what we want you to brew on today. you think the apology was enough? you can tweet them to us at fox friends first shoot us an email at foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com. >>> a financial crisis in cyprus has been averted for now. the small mediterranean island has 13,0
was the county medical examiner's office and did that through fingerprint investigation, with the rangers, fbi and others. we had the el paso county sheriff's office in colorado make official notification to the family and at the present time the colorado authorities, along with the sheriff's office investigators are at the county medical examiner's office. we do not have results from the autopsy, probably for several days. that's an update on the suspect. as the investigation continues we want to make very clear that everyone realizes that this is an ongoing investigation. there will be a lot of information that we gather that we at the present time do not want to release from texas, nor colorado, but we will release some information and we'll release more as the case continues. texas department of public safety crime team out of garland, texas is here working with the texas rangers and working with our crime scene investigator corey harris and others, processing the vehicle, the suspect vehicle and i will also reiterate yesterday we mentioned the black cadillac that is the black-- is a black
and the fbi involved and seeing if there is any similarity, any connection between evan ebel and the case in kaufman county. >> any new developments in the investigation? >> reporter: right now in el paso county, colorado, colorado springs area the sheriff's deputies are working to formally relate evidence from the tom clements scene to the car in texas and feel strongly evan ebel is the man in the tom clements case. they're working with the department of corrections to see if there's connection to people in jail, the 211 prison gang that evan ebel was a part of, was there a hit put out, a conspiracy for this man to get out of jail and immediately allegedly at this point gun down his prison official. what's going on with the prison gangs? prisons in colorado on lockdown all weekend because of all of the attention to the prison gang but also so they can investigate and do the work inside the prison to see if there is a connection on the outside. >> speaking of connections, jim, there's one that's really bizarre, governor hickenlooper of colorado. explain this. >> reporter: it's very unusua
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this is the largest insider-trading settlement with the securities. the justice apartment in the fbi still investigating trading of other stocks. one of the world's most successful hedge fund managers generating an average annual return of 25 percent over the past two decades. a federal court delivering another blow to obamacare ruling that the founder of domino's pizza does not have to offer contraception coverage to his employees as mandated by obamacare. the founder, roman catholic disagrees with contraception on religious grounds and has sold the company several years ago, this ruling granting him a preliminary injunction affecting -- injunction affecting his current business. the issue is expected to end up before the supreme court, as you might expect. it is a good week for jesus. a new pope and now this. the latest nielsen ratings showed that the tv miniseries the bible is a huge hit. sunday night's telecast on the history channel through almost 11 million viewers, more than anything broadcast on nbc for the entire week. 13 million viewers also tune in to see the bible in its inaugu
of success coming out of this. >> leland, thank you so much. >>> well the fbi hunting for a killer in colorado this morning. they are searching for more clues on who murdered the director of the state's corrections department right on his doorstep. ainsley air part joins us with brand new details this morning. >> good morning ainsley. >> good morning, heather. that massive manhunt is underway right now. investigators are looking forl the person who killed the head of colorado's prison system. 58-year-old tom clements was fatally shot in the chest when he went to answer his front door on tuesday night. police believe a woman seen exercising in that area at the time could be a key witness. >> she has been wearing a wind breaker and a hat. she is not considered part of the crime but may have observations that could be valuable to us. >> they have not yet confirmed a motive but are looking into a possible link between the murder and a saudi arabian prisoner. back in 2006 she whe was convicf sexually assaulting and inflating his indonesian housekeeper. they maintained the constriction w
that happens within texas' prison, and law enforcement officials say the fbi was making phone calls. the governor reacted to this by saying, quote, we don't know yet whether this is exactly the guy, and there's some indication, and i hope it is. the story is we don't know what the motive might be in the killing of clements. tuesday night's shooting happened hours before the colorado governor was due to sign into law the hotly contested new gun reform legislation. they announced the murder of the prison's director at 8:30 yesterday, and then they had the new limit in simi automatic rifles. sources have said there is not any reason to connect the killing of a state's prison chief, or to broader political issues. still in response to the murder, security has been uped. one potential connection at least that is getting a lot of attention in the colorado press is tom clements' direct involvement in the man named al ataour key. it was almost seven years ago he was convicted of keeping a woman as a slave in his house sexually assaulting her. and last year he wrote to him personally letting
-powerful. >> harris: fbi agents joining police in the hunt for are a missing student from brown university in rhode island. the search for the student now expanding from boston to philadelphia. he is 22 years old. last seen march 16. he left his wallet and his phone behind in his apartment. he is described as 6'2", about 130-pounds. any one with information should providence police. >>> a huge man hunt with a break. investigators saying they have a suspect in the murder of the man who used to run the colorado entire prison system who was shot to death when answered his front door earlier this week. he was the director of colorado department of corrections and investigators are saying a man who died during a gun battle with texas authorities on thursday is the prime suspect. the man, evan spencer was paroled from a colorado prison in january. with more on this, dominik dean dinatale from the newsroom. >> reporter: investigators say they don't know if he was even aware that he was the state prison director. they do know he was a member of a dangerous white supremeacist prison gang. considered one of
susan rice blamed the deadly attack on a video. the f.b.i. investigating how a man was able to pose as a pilot and gain ablg ses to the -- access to a u.s. airways cockpit flight in philadelphia. the man had on an air france uniform and i.d. and ended up in the jump seat behind the captain. he was caught when he failed to show real credentials. the airlines says no passengers were ever in danger. those are your headlines this friday morning. >>steve: meanwhile president obama on his way now to bethlehem. he visited israel's memorial to the holocaust victims a short time ago during the third day of his first presidential trip to israel. >>brian: we're live in jerusalem following the trip. hey, leland. >> good morning, brian. the issue from the president is not so much what he's saying. he's saying the same thing in terms of the substantive issues about iran and about a palestinian state. but more about how he is saying it. he's going out of his way to show great empathy towards the israeli people and boy is it working. front page of both daily newspapers here, you say president obama
is harry wu. how are you going to respond recently fbi arrest in nsa? secondly i want to ask about china human rights issue, you know, -- [inaudible] and china have forced abortion every year. and china -- [inaudible] -- organ transplant a couple thousand a year. number two country of the world. just very large human rights issue. i hope you can talk about the human rights issue, let's more talk about economic trade with china. >> i think that both issues are important. it is important to economically engage china. i think of evolution in terms of human rights is partly dependent upon what we do to put information into china about what's happening on the ground in china in real-time in order to expose these types of abuses. and that is best done through radio free asia. but it is also done to other legislation that we have enacted in which we have an institution year on the hill that -- and i'm a member of the hearings that we hold on this issue, which elevate human rights, and which he gets that information out into the international press. so it's partly getting the information out to
, including counterterrorism agents, in the fbi, for example, no border agents. now, before we default, we could have time to make this sign for all points of entry. that's just the tip of the iceberg. >> i think he was being sarcastic, don't you? now to the ones who were ill advised for whatever reason. first iowa republican congressman steve king with the solution to illegal immigration in the form of a construction project on the house floor. >> you can't shut that off unless we build a fence and a wall. i want to put a fence in and a wall in. i designed one. this would be an example, then, of how that wall would look. you can also deconstruct it the same way. you can take it back down. i also say we need to do a few other things on top of that wall. one of them would be to put a little bit of wire on top here to provide a disincentive for people to climb over the top or put a ladder here. we can electrify this wire, not a current that would kill anybody, but would be a deterrent. we do that with livestock all the time. >> we do it with livestock all the time. now for one that made the
and the fbi was on the scene this afternoon making phone calls. colorado's governor reacted to all this saying we don't know yet whether this is the guy. there's some indication. i hope it is. the overall story here is still that we do not know what the motive might be for the killing. whether it was related to the job running the prisons or colorado state politics more broadly or neither of these issues. tuesday's shooting happened hours before the colorado governor was to sign into law the hotly contested new gun legislation last week and he went on as scheduled later that morning to sign into law the state's new background state legislation and state magazines for ammunition in semi-automatic handguns. law enforcement sources have said there -- have not said there is any reason to connect the killing of states prisons chief to his work in the prisons or broader political issues in colorado. still, though, in response to the murder, security has been upped, both for the governor himself and for other members of the state's cabinet. now, one possible connection between tom clements' work and
with the tarrant county medical examiner's office, we did that through rangers, fbi and others with fingerprint. we had el paso county sheriff's office in colorado made official notice to the family. at the present time the colorado authorities along with the sheriff's office investigators from wise county are at the tarrant county medical examiner's office attending the autopsy. we have no results from the autopsy yet and probably will not for several days, but that is an update on the suspect. as the investigation continues, we want to make very clear that everyone realizes that this is an ongoing investigation. there will be a lot of information that we gather that we at the present time do not want to release from texas nor colorado. but we will release some information. and we'll release more as the case continues. texas departmt of public safety and crime team out of garland, texas, is here working with the texas rangers and working with our crime scene investigator cory harris and others processing the vehicle -- the suspect's vehicle. and i will also reiterate yesterday we mentioned the bla
those use to kill colorado's top prison official. now the fbi is checking to see whether this is all connected to the recent killing of a texas county prosecutor. and number one, police have arrested two teens this 17-year-old and a 14-year-old boy in the shooting death of this baby in a stroller and the wounding of the baby's mother in georgia. and that's "the fox report's" top five. and ton this day in 1969. aclu became the first and only school to win three state ncaa men's basketball championships. that was the streak. with legendary coach john and roster that included future nba great kareem abdul jabbar. the bruins entered the tournament as a clear cut favorite. they survived a big scare from drake from semi finals. in the matchup trounced. injury plagued purdue. bill o'reilly up. stretch the streak to an incredible seven straight championships all under coach wooden. it was a three pete on the college courts 34 years ago today. and now you know the news for this friday, march the 22nd. mom's birthday. happy birthday, mom. see you back here monday. >> bill: the o'reilly factor
entire aviation system. meantime the fbi is now investigating how a guy posing ago -- as a pilot got inside the cockpit apparently because he wasn't intent to ride back in coach it happened in philadelphia at the international airport there. cops say this french citizen had a coach ticket on a u.s. airways flight. he asked a gate agent if he could ride up front in first. the agent said. no and police say he argued with the agent. telling her that he hatesicans. and once he got on the plane, he didn't take his seat back in coach. police say he claimed to be a pilot and asked to ride in the cockpit's jump seat. he reportedly looked the part at the time. air france shirt and an air france bag. even an apparent airline i.d. card. but the police say the captain knew something wasn't right almost as soon as the imposture entered the cockpit. trace gallagher picks up the story there what tipped off the captain. >> this guy said he could fly a 747, shep. for some reason he could not open the jump seat despite the fact the captain was suspicious, he still apparently allowed this guy to sit do
in the house rules for the ethics committee that says that another body is looking into something like the fbi or something like the irs and the ethics committee is aware of it, they have the option of not opening their own inquiry. if there is something like a thel dui case, chances are ethics committee will not give into that and let local authorities proceed. if a member is convicted of a felony, or indicted for a felony, they have to open proceedings at they choose not to go forward, they have to explain why. generally, they will defer to local law enforcement for something like a dui. salt greg is calling from lake tahoe, calif., good morning. help but thinkt that congressional ethics is a term which is an oxymoron. on the other hand, i recognize the difficulty. i watched of the charles rangel hearing come start to finish. it impressed upon the the difficulty of the matter. you had an equal number of members of each side on the panel. opendly, the hearings are but a lot of the matters are closed. in other words, the facts at issue are not always revealed. it is hard to discern as a citize
. >>> the fbi is now working with east bay police to track town a serial bank robber. the suspect is being called the button down bandit. police say on march 12th he robbed a wells fargo in pleasanton. he's also charged of robbing a chase bank. the suspect is then to wear a gray long sleeve button down collared shirt with black dress shoes. >>> drug agents in los angeles say it's no laughing matter. they have taken down a crime ring distributing laughing gas. they served search wantons 17 areas. on the streetst it's nicknamed noz and users say they inhale the gas for a cheap high. >> the gas can be taken home and huffed or taken to a large underground party where balloons are sold $3-$5 a pop. >> the feds seized large tanks of noz which weighed a total of 36,000 pounds. they have a street value of $20 million. >>> the president of cypress is in belgium seeking a last minute reprieve. if he can't strike a deal with the european union by tomorrow the bank will cut off emergency funds to banks in cypress. the government had agreed with its lenders to place a 20% tax over any account above $10
they reached out to the fbi and sec to develop better client systems. this business is not dead. actually being billed now, kind of interesting, if you want compliance, if you want, if you're worried about your hedge fund manager basically going out there and trading on inside information the expert network might be a good place to prevent it. what we do is create an audit trail, everything we do, we charge you by the hour. it gets written down. so essentially if you want to know what your guy is doing, we can make sure you know that. that is the way they're approaching it. that is why gerson's business is you are is viiving from what i understand. melissa: you see the definition that popped up underneath you what expert network. it was very cool? >> what did it say. melissa: translator. research firms set up to provide hard to acquire information on other companies or industries. i like that. >> yeah. that's essentially it. by the way what is interesting about this story is that hedge fund are still using them. from what i understand, sac is still using them even though it's involved in this m
this country. according to the fbi we saw a record 19 1/2 million background checks for firearms last year. nearly three million of them coming in december alone. that is the most for any month on record. and more than 7 million from december through february. that is a 54% increase from the previous year. this national trend is echoed in the microcosm of newtown, connecticut. where law enforcement say they have seen the pace of applications for gun permits double. so what does this all mean for the gun control debate, an effort going forward? joining me fox news political analyst juan williams. juan, we can talk about the strategy here and move onto the legislation itself. why, why did harry reid make the decision? >> didn't have the votes, jenna lee. it is very clear he does not feel if this can get through and it further could endanger efforts that he is making on the gun control front and central among them would be making sure that you punish people who are straw purchasers of illegal, of weapons in order to hand them over to others who don't have the right to buy guns, couldn't get t
in the hands of the district attorney's office and the fbi. the auditor listed more than a dozen alleged violations by council members. among other things, the audit uses their power to -- the bidding process for the cleanup of the old oakland army base. both brooks and reed denied the allegations. in the meantime, ktvu has learned there's a second investigation. this is a story you will see only on 2. we obtained a report from a private investigator from a company that was charged with corruption. that report includes an interview with a man who claims his business partner claimed money to get special treatment from city hall and specifically councilman reed. >> what was that money for? >> just so that he can get whatever he wants from the city's approval. >> how do you think he was doing that? >> because he had connections. he had a connection with larry reed. >> it was mind-boggling to me that someone can say that because they're in a relationship with someone else, that they paid me $50,000 because i wanted to retire. well, i'm still here. i just got re-elected. i have never taken a
, justice part, science so we are properly, i think, funding things like the f.b.i., the d.e.a., law enforcement agencies, the commerce and trade divisions, as well as all of the others included in the bill. so, mr. speaker, this is a good bill. i'm proud of it. i'm proud of the fact that we were able to do all of this, frankly, as smoothly as it has gone. that's a tribute to the work of people like nita lowey, the new ranking member on the full committee, and the work of senator richard shelby, ranking republican on the senate side. of course the new chairman of the committee over there, senator barbara mikulski. all of us work together and we were determined to produce a product that would be good for the nation, number one, but as it turns out i think it's good for this body and the senate. we proved when we set our mind to it we can get complicated, hard things done. and that's what this bill does. so, mr. speaker, i urge an aye vote on 933. yield back. the speaker pro tempore: all time for debate has expired. pursuant to the order of the house on wednesday, march 20, 2013, the p
spending over the next ten years. that means border security, that means the f.b.i., that means medical research, that means student financial aid, that means the grants that support our efforts to combat violence against women. under the extreme radical republican budget, domestic discretionary spending will fall to its lowest level as a share of g.d.p. since we started keeping track in 1962. 1962. there weren't even pell grants in 1962. there wasn't even medicare in 1962. their future is our distant past. chairman ryan would push $810 billion onto our states to shift costs to the states for medicaid, and find another mystery $962 billion in unspecified entitlement grants. he boasts that the republican budget repeals obamacare, but he puts all the savings from obamacare in the budget. you can't have it both ways. it's not even an honest budget. it's politically, mathematically and logically unrealistic. it's not a balanced budget so much as magical thinking. even if the unrealistic program cuts in the republican budget could be made, the plan ignores the economic damage that would resu
of a plane preparing for takeoff. now he's behind bars and the fbi is joining the investigation. lisa sylvester here, this is one of those stories that makes you go, how did this happen. >> yeah, this is truly one of those pretty wild stories here. he was actually a ticketed passenger, so he didn't breach security. but let's just say when he didn't like his seat assignment, he tried to pass himself off as a pilot. in the movie "catch me if you can" a smooth-talking leonardo dicaprio flies around the world posing as a pilot. philippe jernnard thought he could pull something off similar. jernnard, a retired winemaker, was traveling from france headed to west palm beach and was on a layover in philadelphia. he was dressedn a white button-down shirt with a airfrance logo over the pocket. jernnard went to the gate and tried to get his seat upgraded from coach. but an agent said business class was already full and couldn't accommodate his request. that's when authorities say he boarded the plane and went straight to the cockpit, and sat behind the pilot in what's known as a jump seat. but a
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